Oklahoma football looks to assert its dominance over Kansas football on Saturday.
Oklahoma football looks to keep its Big 12 title dreams alive with a win over Kansas football.
The No. 19 Oklahoma Sooners (4-2) will host the awful Kansas Jayhawks (0-6) on Saturday afternoon in Norman, Oklahoma. Though the Sooners have a pair of conference losses, they are still in the mix to get to Arlington and play for yet another Big 12 Championship. While it will not result in anything more than a Cotton Bowl Classic berth, Saturday is all about blowing out Kansas.
Here is how to watch Kansas vs. No. 19 Oklahoma online
Date: Saturday, Nov. 7
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET, 2:30 p.m. CT
Location: Norman, Oklahoma
Venue: Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
Betting Odds: Oklahoma -38, O/U: 63.5
TV Info: ESPN
Live Stream: WatchESPN, SportSurge
Kickoff from Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma will be at 3:30 p.m. ET, 2:30 p.m. CT on Saturday, Nov. 7. ESPN will have the national telecast of this Big 12 football game. The available live streams for the game can be found on WatchESPN and on SportSurge. Make sure you have ESPN as part of your capable package before trying WatchESPN.
Oklahoma will be laying a massive 38 points at home to the visiting Jayhawks. The associated money lines for this game are Oklahoma -30000 and Kansas +10000. This game’s over/under comes in at a combined 63.5 points. The line has moved slightly since opening at Oklahoma -37. It will take a modern miracle for Kansas to shock Oklahoma in this one. Odds are from OddsShark.
Even though the Sooners are not championship-caliber this year, they have too much offensive firepower to not blow out the hapless Jayhawks. Oklahoma found its rhythm last week vs. the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Though Texas Tech is a bottom-tier team in the Big 12, there is a special level in the Big 12 basement reserved for only Kansas no one can ever hope to take from them.
The question is not if Oklahoma will blow out Kansas, but by how many points? Will the Sooners have enough offensive firepower to cover the 38-point spread? Does this one go over the combined 63.5-point threshold? While the over will hit in this one, the Kansas offense does enough to cover the 38-point spread. Oklahoma has no issue hanging half a hundred on Kansas.